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Categories: American cuisine, food photography, Italian food, New York City, summer, Union Square Greenmarket • Tags: American cuisine, brunch, dinner, East Village, farmers' markets, food photography, Italian food, summer, Union Square Greenmarket
For Part 1, click here. Quite a few of my friends on Facebook seem to be embarking on a meatless diet (or are already practicing vegetarians), but have said (perhaps in not so many words) that ideas are in short supply, that it’s difficult to come up with things that hold their interest for long. This post is dedicated to them. One winter favorite, roasted cauliflower, makes its appearance in an unusual pasta (see below). If you’ve never had roasted […]
Categories: American cuisine, Chinese food, cooking, food, food photography, Gluten-Free, Italian food, recipe, vegan, vegetarian, winter • Tags: appetizer, brunch, dinner, food photography, gluten-free, salad, vegan, vegetarian, winter
Here’s a selection of photos from meals for the past couple of weeks. Recipes for all will appear over the course of the next few days. The best part is that you can make most of them in 30 minutes or less. A note to followers of this blog who are vegan — two of the photographs below are vegan recipes: the fennel salad and the pan-roasted mushrooms. The celery and garbanzo bean salad can be made vegan by omitting […]
Caramelized onion tart, with cow’s milk ricotta cheese, fromage blanc, olives and sage; spring garden salad Except for the substitution of fromage blanc for crème fraîche, and sage for thyme, this is an almost exact adaptation of this New York Times recipe for tarte flambée.
If you’re ever able to get asparagus as thin as this: it demands that you treat it as simply as possible. Follow that commandment and you can’t go wrong. Roasted asparagus and tomato salad 6 spears asparagus, trimmed and cut into 1/2″ pieces olive oil sea salt 1/2 tomato, cut into 1/2″ dice 1 teaspoon white wine vinegar 1/2 teaspoon chopped mint leaves Place asparagus in a roasting pan or Pyrex baking dish. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle a […]
Categories: cooking, food, food photography, summer, Union Square Greenmarket, vegetarian • Tags: asparagus, brunch, egg, food photography, nasturtium flowers, salad, seasonal and local, tomato, vegetarian
Ricotta cheese omelette, with fried LaRatte potatoes and heirloom tomatoes Click here to view a high-resolution version of this picture.
Roasted heirloom potatoes, cauliflower and shiitake mushrooms, paired with soft-cooked farm egg and pan de tomate Click here to view a large-size version of this picture. Pan de tomate (Spanish for “tomato bread”) is commonly served as a tapa. There are several ways to make it. The pictured version is probably closer to bruschetta — it consists of a sourdough baguette that had been liberally rubbed with a clove of garlic, then a mixture of chopped tomatoes, olive oil, parsley […]